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Reference Name HUTTOFT PAR/1/4

Entries are made from both ends.
Many pages at the front and rear of this volume relate to the registration of boys at Alford Grammar School, as described in 'The Story of Queen Elizabeth I's Grammar School, Alford' by A.S. Hackett (c.f. p.19). This registers gives names of boys already at the school when Hugh Robotham came as Master, and gives the names of boys subsequently enrolled, together with a note of where they came from and the subject of study. It covers the period 1661-86. Places mentioned were Wainfleet (Hugo Robotham nepos meus), Thoresthorpe, Alford, Greenfield, Saleby, Bilsby, Ludborough, Hough, Spilsby, Mumby, Corby, Boston, Burgh, Langton, Croft, Worlaby, Ranby, Well, Louth, Lincoln (George Huddlestone), Burwell (Matthew Lister), Wrangle, Sloothby, Ketsby, Ingham, Utterby, Wykeham, Thoresby, Huttoft, Hundleby, Rand, Raithby, Cawthorpe, Thurlby, Minting, Horkstow, Willoughby, Brightwell (Berkshire), Audby, Rigsby, Skendleby, Ashby Puerorum, Mablethorpe, Coningsby, Leake, Candlesby, Horncastle, Toynton, Scrafield, Farlesthorpe, Hareby, Claxby, Driby, Fulletby, Fishtoft, Stickford, Mumby Chapel, East Keal, Clee, Thorpe, Markby, Beesby, Lusby, Scamblesby, Bonthorpe and even London.

Physical Description: On paper and now repaired. This register has been bound.

Date: 1685-1704

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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